Whole Athlete/Specialized's newest young recruit Cole Avery kicked off the team's weekend results with a convincing win in the Under-15 category at the Vail Lake US Cup Race in Southern California.
Cole Avery on his way to winning the Under 15 race.
Meanwhile in Dripping Springs, Texas, a few Whole Athletes were contesting the first stop of the ProXCT national series, landing both Lucas Newcomb and Shane Skelton on the Junior Men's podium in 2nd and 3rd, after Zach Valdez earned an impressive 8th place and the top U23 rider in the UCI Pro men's race.
Lucas and Shane lead the charge in the Junior 15-18 race. (Photo: Tyler Frasca)
Zach Valdez gives his all toward an impressive top-10 finish amid a stacked pro field. (Photo: Tyler Frasca)
Casey Williams rode from a 63rd place call up in the back of the Pro field to finish 20th in his first-ever ProXCT. (Photo: Tyler Frasca)
Lucas Newcomb and Shane Skelton had their hands full with the on-form Mexican National Champion Jose Ulloa in the Junior Cat 1 race. Despite both suffering crashes on the loose, technical course, Newcomb and Skelton fought back to contest the podium.
Lucas Newcomb and Shane Skelton flank Mexican National Champ Jose Ulloa.
Next stop for the Whole Athlete/Specialized Team is the Bonelli Park ProXCT in San Dimas, CA on March 16-17. Stay tuned for more exciting news!